Garden view
Welcome to our Garden Explorer!
The Santa Fe Botanical Garden (SFBG) celebrates, cultivates and conserves the rich botanical heritage and biodiversity of our region. The garden is located at Museum Hill, southeast of historic downtown, nestled in a piñon-juniper woodland landscape. The garden features three main sections: the Orchard Gardens with an orchard, perennial borders, roses and lavender, meadow, and xeric garden; Ojos y Manos, an ethnobotanical garden featuring raised beds for annual crops and an extensive collection of plants with traditional uses; and the Piñon-Juniper woodland, a natural area showcasing native plants common to the community.
Search our plant database using the form below. Additional tips on how to use our new Garden Explorer are available here. Use the tabs to access a map, a list of scientific names, features such as sections of the garden and benches, and online tours. The database currently contains 62 families, 165 genera, 376 species and 1050 images.

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Garden map
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Garden information
For plant database or collections questions or further information, please contact Cristina Salvador, Associate Operations Director.